Episode 103 - Malcolm London Returns

This week we run it back with the guest who started it all. AirGo first guest Malcolm London returns to the show to talk growth, masculinity, raggedy growth, and much more. 

NOTE: this is the third episode of #AirGoRunItBack, a five-week series featuring return conversations with folks who have been on the show through the first 100 episodes. Share your favorite episode on social media with hashtag #airgorunitback!

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Episode 102 - Eve Ewing Returns

The Champ is here! Eve Ewing returns to the airwaves as part of our #AirGoRunItBack series. Since she was on all the way back in 2015, she got her doctorate from Harvard, became a tenure-track professor at UChicago, launched a bajillion community-based creative projects here in the city, and gained MANY twitter followers. She goes the distance on the longest episode of AirGo we've ever done–we could've talked forever.

NOTE: this is the second episode of #AirGoRunItBack, a five-week series featuring return conversations with folks who have been on the show through the first 100 episodes. Share your favorite episode on social media with hashtag #airgorunitback!

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Episode 101 - Ricardo Gamboa Returns

As part of AirGo's #RunItBack Series, Ricardo Gamboa comes back to the show to catch up and bring some more gems to the airwaves. Since previously appearing, Ricky has returned full-time back to the city and launched numerous projects, including web series Brujos, bimonthly talk show and podcast The Hoodoisie, and community theatre project Meet Juan-ito Doe. The dimple chin remains unchanged.

NOTE: this is the second episode of #AirGoRunItBack, a five-week series featuring return conversations with folks who have been on the show through the first 100 episodes. Share your favorite episode on social media with hashtag #airgorunitback!

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Episode 100 - Mariame Kaba Returns

As AirGo hits 100 episodes, we run it back with the parent of Chicago's radical renaissance Mariame Kaba. The wonderful organizer, educator, and community creator talks about her move back home to New York, angry old Socialists, a shift in battlefield since the election, and more.

NOTE: this is the first episode of #AirGoRunItBack, a five-week series featuring return conversations with folks who have been on the show through the first 100 episodes. Share your favorite episode on social media with hashtag #airgorunitback!

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Episode 99 - Sadia Nawab

Sadia Nawab creates across media as an arts educator, youth educator, artist, curator, DJ and organizer. She is the Youth & Arts Manager of the Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN), an organization aiming "to serve as the model of the Muslim tradition of facilitating transformational change in urban communities, by inspiring others towards critical civic engagement exemplifying prophetic compassion in the work for social justice and human dignity beyond the barriers of religion, ethnicity, and nationality." She is currently launching the Beloved Community Ceramic Arts Studio.

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Episode 98 - Elgin Bokari

Elgin Bokari is a multidisciplinary artist, creator, and Program Director for Free Write Jail Arts & Literacy, an organization that teaches writing and creative arts at the Cook County Juvenile Detention facility. A St. Louis native, he DJs, produces, raps, and makes visual art. He is a member of the Elephant Rebellion creative collective.

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Episode 97 - Emma Mckee

The Stitch Gawd is here. Emma Mckee is a cross-stitch artist whose work has blessed the sleeves and jackets of pretty much every rapper and singer you know and love from the city of Chicago. She breaks down her craft, talks getting kicked out of Canada, her love for Pivot Gang, North Korea vs. Mormons, and more. She has a mixtape featuring many of the hottest acts in the city coming soon.

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Episode 96 - Jorge Mikell

Jorge Mikell is a true veteran of the Chicago Renaissance. He just released Soliloquyhis debut full-length album, which is available literally everywhere. He is also deep in the Chicago urban agriculture game, facilitating all types of programs through his role at the Experimental Station to connect Chicagoans with affordable, delicious, fresh food.

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